Sir Stephen Moss: Lessons learnt from Mid Staffordshire

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Sir Stephen Moss, Chair of the Mid Staffordshire NHS Foundation Trust, talks about the lessons learnt from the experiences at Mid Staffs.

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<p>Slide 1</p> <p>Keynote address: Lessons learnt from Mid StaffordshireSir Stephen Moss, Chair, Mid Staffordshire NHS Foundation Trust</p> <p>Lessons learnt from Mid StaffordshirePlan</p> <p>HistoryThe impactWork in progressFinal thoughts</p> <p>Lessons learnt from Mid StaffordshireHistory</p> <p>What went wrong?The contextThe investigations/inquiries</p> <p>Lessons learnt from Mid StaffordshireThe Impact</p> <p>Loss of public confidenceStaff moraleMedia attentionIncreased scrutiny</p> <p>Lessons learnt from Mid StaffordshireFocus to date:Restoring public confidence</p> <p>new boardzero tolerance to poor care, safety and behaviourhold individuals to accountincreased staff numbers/skill mix</p> <p>Lessons learnt from Mid StaffordshireFocus to date:Restoring public confidence</p> <p>new governance systemclear quality prioritiesestablished clinical networksimproved clinical engagement.</p> <p>Lessons learnt from Mid StaffordshireFocus to date:Restoring public confidence</p> <p>leadership developmentvalue frameworkimproved external relationshipsapproaches to whistleblowing.</p> <p>Lessons learnt from Mid StaffordshireChanges to the way the Board works</p> <p>public meetingsboard reportshuman impactrole of the executive nursebeing bravegetting the basics right.</p> <p>Lessons learnt from Mid StaffordshireFinal thoughts</p> <p>keep Mid Staffordshire on your radarmake use of the Intelligent Board Reportremember that people come before numbersignore the fundamentals of care at your peril.</p> <p>Lessons learnt from Mid StaffordshireFinal thoughts</p> <p>organisational development is NOT a soft issue or an optional extrathe Board is the primary regulatorintelligence from your local community is an important element of regulation.</p>

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